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The heavy sentence handed down to Australian journalist Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues has been widely condemned. Reporter Yaara Bou Melhem spent the day of the verdict in Cairo with Peter's brothers.
Al Jazeera's Peter Greste is among 20 people accused of 'airing false news' about Egypt. In this intimate portrait, his brother lobbies for his release and discovers a gross mismanagement of justice.
Filmed in the middle of Egypt's days of rage in August, this report got to the heart of the tensions that erupted into violence in Cairo, providing a close-up look at the country's newly increasing turmoil.
In Egypt security problems have collapsed the tourism industry, one of the cornerstones of its economy. As radical Islamists push for strict regulations on tourists, Egypt's population is struggling.
Last year, Tahrir Square rang out to the sound of violent protests over Mubarak's rule. Now the sound of music can be heard from two troubadours who've taken up performing at the square's tent city protest.
Some of the Sinai Desert's Bedouin are using their new found freedom to turn to crime. This report reveals how they are using their autonomy to torture and murder Israel-bound refugees for hostage ransoms and even body parts.
Yalda Hakim speaks to Mohamed al-Beltagy from the Muslim Brotherhood, a party formerly outlawed by Mubarak, about their position on terrorism, the use of violence, and democracy.
With the police gone, thousands flock to Tahrir Square to the demand the resignation of incumbent president Hosni Mubarak. For people across Egypt, a threshold of fear has finally been crossed.